The day dawned cloudy and cool, which is perfect riding weather here in Arizona. Even in late winter/early spring the sun can beat so strongly and directly that one can get a “bit” too hot pretty quickly! Chica is still pretty hairy, and most of our riding this winter has been on the relatively flat […]
What does a died-in-the-wool trail rider do on the first day of a new year, let alone the first day of a new decade? Go for a ride, that’s what! Too bad our fearless leader Karla Barnes had to work today, because the weather was perfect and my “need to know” thing was satisfied. I’d […]
I was thoroughly amazed at the number and variety of mushrooms or toadstools found in the forests of Central Oregon. I wish I had started taking pictures of them sooner than I did. I have no idea if any of these are edible, so I hope you will comment below anything you know!
My favorite place to “hide” for the Independence Day weekend is alongside the banks of Sun Creek, east of Fort Klamath, and just south of the Crater Lake National Park boundary. While I did intend to go it alone as usually preferred, this weekend came alive with lots of riding partners and even a couple […]